DATE: Tuesday Feb. 28, 2017

TIME: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

LOCATION: Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site

641 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY, 14202, Downtown



In the Speaker Nite series, we examine issues that were important during TR’s lifetime and continue to be relevant today.   

As part of its ongoing Speaker Nite series, the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site (TR Site) This month, we’ll welcome Buffalo State Professor of Sociology Eric “Luke” Krieg. Dr. Krieg will explore the topic of “Race, Environmental Justice and Community: A Look at Buffalo’s Curious History.”  Speaker Nite provides the opportunity for us to consider issues that were important during Theodore Roosevelt’s lifetime and continue to be relevant today.  We look forward to learning more about the intersection of race and environmental hazards, and particularly the unique character of that relationship in Buffalo.

TR Site Membership Benefit: Our members enjoy FREE admission for this event! 

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